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, bill. heather: i know you're excited about this, bill. prince harry headed to washington. some of his recent visits to the u.s. he made headlines for his high-profile partying. this time he wants to use his trip to raise awareness of some serious issues. one of the first stops is capitol hill, to bring attention to a cause close to his mother's heart. we'll get a report. bill: he get your vote? no he is not running for office. here is a serious matter. the soccer referee dying after being punched in the face over a penalty call. should the teenager accused of killing him faced a adult charges? a closer look at that. >> i have a 17-year-old youth. i have a family that lost a loved one and i have a community that says, when you go out and engage in daily sort of recreational activities we shouldn't end up with these kind of tragedies. this is $100,000. we asked total strangers to watch it for us. thank you so much. i appreciate it. i'll be right back. they didn't take a dime. how much in fees does your bank take to watch your money? if your bank takes more money than a stranger, you nee
prince harry is having a heck of a time. martha: yeah. bill: first full day in the u.s. with a tribute to our nation's fallen heroes live at arlington national cemetery only minutes away. ♪ bill: there are some unbelievable pictures. broad daylight, diesel tanker overturns on a major interstate. that fire causing numerous explosions. look at that thing burn. the investigators say the driver was able to get out. minor injuries. harrisburg, pennsylvania. that road will be closed at least for several days. and on she burns. martha: we are following a developing situation where the international space station right now. nasa says there is a leak. the iss commander calling the situation serious but not life-threatening. here are some context on the iss so you can visualize what is going on up there. it orbits about 200 miles above the earth. it travels at 17,500 miles-an-hour, making one full orbit every hour and a half around the earth. finally the international space station spans the area, it is very large, folks. bigger than a football field including the end zones. jonathan serrie is
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